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    Kathleen
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    I need to know if there is any difference between Korean and Japanese Curry? If there is any special Korean curry how is it different…

    (also, i made my boyfriend Japanese curry last night. He said that Kimchi is perfect with curry..

    I ate a lot of kimchi I really like it)

    #51935

    ajma417
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    From what I remember, I think Japanese curry is a little bit more watery than Korean.. I’m not sure exactly though, I only had Japanese curry once at a Restaurant in Little Tokyo in LA…

    I use S&B Curry, and that’s what my mom and grandma always used to use~~ :)

    I hope this helps~~

    And yes~ I agree~~ Nothing goes as well with curry as Kim-Chee!! :)

    #51936

    Kathleen
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    Yeah. My fiancee says kimchi is perfect with curry, perfect balance ^^

    #51937

    Pure_Hapa
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    It’s the same – made by the same companies like S&B. They are just blocks of pre-made curry spice mixtures. Unlike Indian curry dishes, Korean and Japanese like milder, sweeter curry. Kids like it so you’ll find many moms make it for the kids.

    I find that even if you like Indian style curries, these pre-made curry blocks are convenient to have in the pantry and jump-start your curry sauce, which I add to with hot peppers, fresh ginger and garlic, and sometimes coconut milk.

    #51938

    Mapanggulo
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    All this curry talk is making me miss CoCo’s in Japan…too bad the nearest one (I know of) is in Hawaii

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